A professional development workshop & panel for creative executives

How important is your LinkedIn headline? When executives look at your resume and cover letter, what do they see? Are you presenting yourself, your skills, and your accomplishments in a way that will set you up for success as a creative executive? 

Join Women In Film for a panel discussion and interactive workshop that will give you the information and tools you need to ensure that you’re putting your best professional foot forward. You’ll hear from industry execs, recruiters, and hiring managers who will give you an insider’s view of what it takes to land the entertainment industry job you’re looking for. Come prepared to ask questions and to hone, refine, and polish your resume into something that makes you stand out. 

Moderator: Yasmine Campbell is an entertainment industry veteran, a screenwriter and the founder of Inner Voices, which gathers inner-city high school students and entertainment professionals for career mentoring. She identifies as an Afro-Latina and is active in bringing awareness of social stigmas involving colorism.  She’s an active advocate of LGBTQ community and equality in education.



Isabel san Vargas is Head of Production and Operations at Propagate Content, where she oversees all aspects of production and operations, including international and domestic production and post production, rights and clearances, ancillary businesses, corporate finance, IT, telecom, human resources, risk management and planning.


Hanna Sprague is the Director of Creative Strategy for MILE 44, a creative agency based in Los Angeles. She is responsible for leading all digital activations and oversees productions for MILE 44’s client roster, which currently includes global brands such as LaLiga, Haute Route, Homeless World Cup and the Laureus World Sports Awards


Lainie Strouse is an accomplished tv and film producer who produced the award-winning independent feature, TEACHER OF THE YEAR, starring Keegan-Michael Key, PBS's THE WRITE ENVIRONMENT, and live award shows for the Writers Guild, Producers Guild of America, Makeup & Hairstyle Guild, the Los Angeles Film Critics Society, and many others. Lainie is the President and CEO of Lower Merion Productions, which is in production on multiple films. She is also VP of Development and Events for Fuck Cancer.


Wednesday, October 2, 2019

7:00 - 9:00  pm (6:30 doors open)

Women In Film 

4221 Wilshire Blvd Suite 130 

Los Angeles, CA 90010


IMPORTANT PARKING & ENTRANCE INFORMATION:  Please park in the building's garage (entrance to the garage is on Windsor Ave). Parking is free after 6 pm. Proceed to the lower levels and take the elevator to the lobby (first floor). Please sign in with the guard at the front desk then proceed to Suite 130. THE PARKING GARAGE GATE CLOSES AT 8:00 PM.  There is street parking available, but if you arrive after 7 pm, the front doors on Wilshire Avenue will be closed and locked.